Conrail's JR-2 crew prepares to set off train OI-16's Port Reading freight cars.
Freshly painted in the handsome maroon and gray Erie Lackawanna scheme, NS 1700 gently plies the rails at Conrail Shared Assets Browns Yard in Old Bridge, NJ. The Autumn leaves make the perfect ba... (more)
The regular crew on Conrail OI-16 seems to be taking all of the recent attention in stride. Since "Erie Lackawanna" 1700 arrived on Conrail in Northern New Jersey, it seems as if this crews every... (more)
"Diamonds on Diamonds"
Conrail Shared Assets OI-16 led by the NS Erie-Lackawanna Heritage unit 1700 drops off CSX GP-40-2 4405 and train at Brown's yard.
Todays OI-16 sports a beautifully repainted NS 1700 as its leader as it rumbles through Madison Park NJ on its way back to Browns Yard.
With their drop in Port Reading Yard completed and a loaded ethanol train safely tucked away at Motiva, OI-16 appears out of Port Reading Yard, crossing the Garden State Secondary. After a quick ... (more)
OI-16 has arrived at Browns Yard and the crew has dropped their train in the yard vs. on the running track. This provided an opportunity to shoot the power in the yard as the crew prepares to run... (more)
Conrail OI16 with the Erie Lackawanna livery NS 1700 is pushing the Port Reading setoff around the wye and onto the West Siding.
The sun sets as "Erie Lackawanna" 1700 completes her first run to Browns Yard. NS' latest heritage unit had arrived on Conrail Shared Assets property two days earlier. The OI-16 crew has dropped... (more)
"Erie Lackawanna" 1700 completes her first run to Browns Yard after arriving on Conrail Shared Assets property two days earlier. OI-16 is a yard transfer job that runs between Oak Islan... (more)
Ole Glory flies in the wind with a fall snowstorm in the background as NS 10N with the Erie Lackawanna heritage unit rounds through the curve. This move was made possible by Norfolk Souther... (more)
Erie Lackawanna lives! Splendid Erie Lackawanna livery SD45-2 1700 makes its maiden arrival at Port Reading on Conrail train OI-16.
Norfolk Southerns newest heritage unit is back to work after being painted in Chattanooga. Here, the eastbound 10N eases through the S curve in Climax approaching Conpit Jct.
"Erie Lackawanna" 1700 leads NS 18G through Hillside on its maiden voyage east. The unit is returning to it's usual assignment, working for Conrail Shared Assets operations ... (more)